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Take Advantage of the Hydrogen Peroxide Baths!!

In the next section there will be a discussion about warnings and restrictions
when taking H2O2 orally.

There are ways to avoid these restrictions.

For example, if you are taking the Budwig Diet, or need to take any other
foods that contain fats, Vitamin C, etc. remember you can take these foods AT
ANY TIME if you are using the hydrogen peroxide baths.

In other words, if you use the hydrogen peroxide baths, the "3 hour window,"
to be discussed below, does not apply and you can eat any food or supplement
at any time!!

The "3 hour window" is to protect the stomach, but only when taking the H2O2




Hydrogen peroxide can chemically react with certain other substances. This
chemical reaction creates a very toxic substance which can severely damage
the stomach.

To avoid this chemical reaction, there is a "Three Hour Window" every time
you take H2O2, where you should not consume certain substances. This "three
hour window" does not apply to hydrogen peroxide baths because it only
applies to what goes on inside the stomach.

For two hours BEFORE taking hydrogen peroxide orally (with water) and for one
hour AFTER taking hydrogen peroxide, the foods in this section should be
avoided!! This is a "three hour window" where you should not take these

1) All forms of vitamin C should be avoided. This especially applies to
ascorbate forms, but all forms eventually turn into ascorbates, thus no form
of Vitamin C should be used inside the "three hour window." This includes
avoiding multi-vitamins which contain vitamin C, ascorbic acid, mineral
ascorbates (e.g. sodium ascorbate, potassium carbonate, etc.).

2) Fatty acids, such as the Budwig Diet, fish oils, fatty foods, etc. should
also be avoided during the "three hour window." In other words, all forms of
fat in foods are forbidden within the window.

3) Any food with iron in it or any supplement with iron in it, is forbidden
within the window.

Let me give you an example so you understand this critical instruction.

Suppose you want to take hydrogen peroxide at 10:00 AM. This means that you
do NOT eat any forbidden food (see above) between 8:00 AM (two hours before
the H2O2 is taken) and 11:00 AM (which is one hour after taking the H2O2).

Thus, for example, if you want to take H2O2 at 10:00 AM do not eat any
forbidden foods between 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM. This is a "three hour window"
where you should not take any forbidden foods.

If you do not follow the above rules the treatment can cause severe stomach

If you want more information on these subjects, and others (e.g. how to take
H2O2 via injections) see the book: Hydrogen Peroxide: Medical Miracle by Dr.
William Campbell Douglas, MD. Other books are mentioned below.

Here is a direct quote from this book: "Ascorbate [e.g. Vitamin C], iron and
fats in the stomach change H2O2 into superoxide free radicals. These free
radicals can do severe damage to the lining of your stomach."

How To Make 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide From 35% H2O2

My personal philosophy about taking H2O2 internally is this: Your life is on
the line so do whatever is necessary to fix the problem.

In addition to a hydrogen peroxide bath, there is a specific protocol for
taking it orally.

35% food grade hydrogen peroxide can be obtained, but it is dangerous and
tricky to handle [e.g. wear safety glasses and wash off immediately if it
gets on skin], but is an option if manufacturer recommendations are followed
with exactness.

I would not put the drops of hydrogen peroxide in anything but the highest
quality distilled water you can find.

Also, always use glass drinking containers. Hydrogen peroxide may leech a
little plastic off of a plastic container. The plastic containers used by the
vendors to ship H2O2 are special plastics which the general public does not
have access to.

Because 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide is dangerous to handle, I will give
very specific instructions on how to make 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide
from 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide.

To make 3% food grade H2O2 from 35% food grade H2O2, use a ratio of 1:10.5.
For example, put 1 TABLEspoon of 35% hydrogen peroxide into a glass jar and
then put 10 1/2 TABLEspoons of distilled water into the glass jar and then
mix them together.

You then use the jar of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide during your

No matter what dose of 3% food grade H2O2 you use, you will need to SLOWLY
"build-up" to your chosen dose.


Note: Doses of hydrogen peroxide are generally taken 3 times a day. Thus,
when I talk about taking 4 drops a day, it is really 4 drops three times a

Let us suppose your dose was to take 10 drops in water (ALWAYS put your
hydrogen peroxide in at least 4 ounces of water).

If you did that on your first day you would probably get sick at your
stomach. You need to gradually "build-up" to your therapeutic dose.

The build-up is to take no more than 2 drops of 3% food grade hydrogen
peroxide on your first day.

On the second day, if your stomach tolerated the prior day's dose, you can
increase the dose by 2 drops (you are now at 4 drops).

If you have any stomach discomfort do not increase the dose until your
stomach gets used to the dosage.

On future days you can build up by two drops or higher (e.g. 5 drops).

The issue is to determine the urgency of getting to the higher doses versus
getting the H2O2 past your stomach. You can build-up as fast as you want,
just keep in mind the conflict between the urgency of getting to your
therapeutic dose versus stomach upset.


Hydrogen peroxide must ALWAYS be mixed with at least 4 ounces of
distilled water, even AFTER it is diluted into 3% hydrogen peroxide - in
order to protect the stomach.

Treatment Dosages

The doses of 35% H2O2 to be taken (three times a day) can be one drop, four
drops, or ten drops. One author even recommends 25 drops, three times a day.
In converting 35% dosages to 3% dosages, multiply by 10 (not 11). For
1) One drop of 35% H2O2 becomes 10 drops of 3% H2O2,
2) Four drops of 35% H2O2 becomes 40 drops of 3% H2O2 (about half a
3) Ten drops of 35% H2O2 becomes 100 drops of 3% H2O2 (a little more than one
4) Twenty-Five drops of 35% H2O2 becomes 250 drops (a little less than 3

Do not forget to build-up to ALL doses by no more than 5 drops a day (using
3% H2O2 doses), but only 2 drops a day at the beginning. In emergencies,
where time is critical you can try to increase the dose any way you can.

Don't forget that if you start to have significant stomach problems (a small
amount of nausea is to be expected), discontinue the treatment or build up
more slowly.

by R. Webster Kehr


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Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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